APPOINTMENTS: 17-21 JULY 2017

This week’s appointments include: DP Connect, Genesis Employment Services, Harper Harrison, National Locums, Sky Recruitment Solutions, Woodrow Mercer

DP Connect has appointed Hayley Russell as client partner consultant at the tech sector recruitment and outsourced IT specialist’s head office in Bromley, Kent. John Holt also joins the company as specialist development consultant in DP Connect’s Edinburgh office.

• Coventry-based recruiter Genesis Employment Services has appointed Mike Finnerty as operations manager. Jola Bendnarek has been promoted to senior resourcing consultant.

Matt Thomas and Lorna Yale have joined the graduate scheme of built environment recruiter Harper Harrison. Working out of the Manchester office, the new joiners will be focusing on quantity surveying across the North-West.

• Medical recruiter National Locums has appointed former RAF serviceman Liam Oakes as HR adviser. Oakes joins from agency Aaron Wallis Sales Recruitment, where he worked for six years also as an HR adviser.

• Multi-sector recruiter Sky Recruitment Solutions has appointed Natalie Parkinson as business manager in Derby.

Resourcing administrator Jenna Leigh-Bates, recruitment consultant Kirsty Braidley and digital marketing apprentice Jordan Smith also join the firm’s Ripley office.

Beckie Elliott is promoted from trainee recruitment consultant to recruitment consultant in Derby, with resourcing administrators Kiara Bickley and Emily Camm promoted to trainee recruitment consultant in Derby and Ripley respectively.

Megan Morris takes charge of the firm’s central business hub, dealing with HR, procurement and admin functions.

• Finance recruiter Woodrow Mercer has appointed Patrick Moore as associate director.

Based in Leeds, Moore, who was previously a business director in global recruiter Michael Page’s Page Executive division, will be responsible for working on senior level finance assignments across the North of England.
 

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